A few days ago, Houston Rockets swingman James Harden said he was dealing with pain in his foot. Nothing overly significant, but enough to hamper him. But just a day later, Harden disclosed that he was feeling pain in both feet.
The former Arizona State product suggested that he’d attempt to play through the injuries, though did say he didn’t want to push himself considering how early in the season it was. Point being, Harden didn’t want to have the injury linger deeper into the season.
Despite that, Harden did take the floor on Saturday night though admitted that he was having difficulty moving, which showed in his stat line as he only shot 4 of 15 and was seen limping around on the court:
(On if his foot is bothering him) “It was hard. It was hard to move out there. I couldn’t really be aggressive like I wanted to. I was just trying to make plays for my teammates, especially late in the game. It kind of got stiff later in the game but that’s not an excuse for us to lose.”
There’s no word on what the plan is for Harden and the Rockets moving forward.